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piedmonter austin tichner. talk about enlightening. he dubbed our large room the triple occupancy club. little did i know this came with the added bonus of an extracurricular education in the arts. chris arrived with his stack of lps, many courtesy of his step dad, bob. the chronicle music critic at the time. austin contributed his eclectic theater and comedy recordings and, well, himself. those of you that know austin know that nothing more need be said. balancing that urbane cultural scene chris invited me to visit his grandfather, where we got to do gold panning from the virgin load of dirt. it was lesson in history from the stevens family. i will never forget what a great experience it was to live with those two guys. moving on to his study habits, everyone knew how brilliant he was, an enlightened manner. he was truly the smartest man in the room but never comported himself that way. he was confident and outgoing. never arrogant. always self-effacing, quick with a laugh or grin. always looking for ways to learn something from everyone else around him. he was no surprise considerin
acaudalado inversionista del sur de la bahia comparecio hoy ante un juez. take vo ----d'angelo austin, de 21 aÑos, fue instruido de cargos por su presunta participacion en el homicidio de "ravi kumra" y de golpear a la esposa de la victima en la mansion de la pareja ubicada en monte sereno. ---la fiscalia dice que austin y otros 2 complices asesinaron a "kumra" para despojarlo de dinero en efectivo, articulos de colecion y joyeria. ---segun las autoridades, podria haber mas sospechosos en este caso. topvo blanca ---tambien en el sur de la bahia, en san jose, ya fue detenido el presunto responsable de haber apuÑalado mortalmente a una persona la madrugada del pasado 21 de diciembre. ---"tien nguyen", de 23 aÑos de edad y residente de esa ciudad, se dio a la fuga tras el incidente ocurrido en la cuadra mil 600 de la calle "oakland road", hacia el norte de la ciudad. ---la victima y su presunto homicida participaban en una fiesta cuando ambos comenzaron una discusion que termino en violencia. blanca ---sergio romo, pelotero latino de los gigantes de san francisco, es detenido por la policia.
all of it. disarmly frank. george howell is in austin, texas this morning. george, the latest on this really fascinating interview. >> john, good morning. you know, all you can say is wow. right off the top of this interview, he confessed. and as a reporter who is here in austin some 12 years ago, covering his rise, this is something honestly i can say many people in this community thought in the back of his minds, even as he viciously attacked those who doubted him. we know it was lance armstrong who was living as he describes himself as one big lie. lance armstrong spent years trying to outrun allegations that he used performance enhancing substances to fuel his successful cycling career. that race is now over. >> it was a big deal to you? did it feel wrong? >> at the time? >> yeah. >> no. >> it didn't feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? >> no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. the scariest. >> reporter: after deck as of denials, the seven-time tour de france interview came clean in part one in a wide-ranging intervie
a lot of fun with that snow, too. el paso had 3.1 inches. abbean, austin, an inch of snow. a funnel was reported outside of miami, just south of it, actually. you can really see it well there. funnel different from tornado. tornado touches, has debris. a funnel is just a funnel. that's what they had in miami. and the weather today will be foggy inland in south florida, especially. just south of that stationary front. showers throughout the state. 74 for tampa. 62, a lot cooler in tallahassee. another storm up in the north, will be bringing just a few inches of snow for parts of michigan, into parts of the eastern great lakes and up into parts of new england, too. not the warmth and the miami-type funnels. but on the west coast, something to note for the weekend, you get about a half-inch of rain for san francisco, and rain down to l.a., as well. >> my first twitter photo comes from wisconsin. it is a sun pillar. that's an actual thing. i know i see your face, a little eyebrow raised there. >> what is that? >> it's light from the sun. a sun pillar. >> i'll stop asking questions now.
. >> george howell is live in austin. you've covered lance armstrong from the early days in his cycling career. how are people reacting there in his hometown? >> reporter: it is a mixed bag. i was a reporter here in austin long before this bike shop existed that armstrong co-owns here in austin. i even grew up here. is this my hometown, too. and i remember watching lance armstrong come along, watching him win big once, twice, three times and so on. he not only inspired people as an athlete, but also a cancer survivor. he became a real symbol for the city of austin, real source of pride. but now you can't help but feel let down. and that's what you hear on the streets of austin. take a listen. >> i actually was not surprised. i had lost a lot of respect for him a years ago because i had a feeling that there was some truth to the rumors. >> reporter: some people are disappointed certainly but haven't lost sight of the good things that he's done in his career, cancer charities like livestrong, people saying there will shouldn't be a cloud over those things given what's happening now. >> we've hea
paranoia porn. >> i'm live in 30 seconds. >> reporter: out of his studios near austin, texas, his radio show and webcast reach an estimated one million people a day. >> this federal intrusion is out of control. >> reporter: and on youtube and elsewhere, jones estimates 200 million people have seen his various documentaries. >> you're not our gods or our masters! >> reporter: with titles like "the fall of the republic," "end game blueprint for enslavement", and "the obama depression." do you believe everything you say? >> i believe all of it. >> reporter: none of it is a schtick? >> no, it's all true. >> reporter: you think obama is a criminal? >> barack obama is definitely an unconstitutional criminal. >> reporter: jones espouses a litany of conspiracy theories although he thinks that term belittles his reporting. fema is running concentration camps? >> yes. they have designated fields for the american people during a civil uprising. >> reporter: the government is poisoning the water? >> absolutely. i have all these other government documents where the document proposes and government t
arrest a "de-angelo austin" en sacramento, luego de varias semanas de investigacion. ---se cree que austin y otros 2 hombres que tambien fueron detenidos, estan ligados a la muerte de un hombre de 66 aÑos que fue asesinado en su propia casa. ---la esposa de la victima, quien result herida, dice que 3 o mas sospechosos ingresaron a su hogar a robar y durante el acto, asesinaron a su marido. take vo ---esta tarde comparecio ante un juez la acusada atropellar mortalmente a una mujer en san francisco. ---gina eunice, enfrenta cargos de "homicidio vehicular", conducir bajo los efectos del alcohol y de huir del lugar de los hechos. ---la policia dice que "eunice" estaba ebria cuando atropell a 3 peatones en "twin peaks" el 13 de diciembre. ---la victima es una mujer china de 56 aÑos que murio en el hospital despues de un dramatico rescate. ---la sospechosa se declar "inocente" de los cargos que se le imputan. blanca ---en san jose, las autoridades investigan la causa de un incendio que acab con la vida de 3 personas. take vo ---el siniestro ocurri la noche del sabado en un departamento
delegate is sworn in today to represent pg&e coupeties 24th district. swain is replacing austin. austin was sentenced a misconduct charge. victory celebrations for the miami heat. the team is headed to the white house to meet the president, he will con garage late them on the championship win. it's going to cost you more to pay for items using a credit card. stores can charge 4% more if you use a credit card. now retailers can pass the fee along to you. it doesn't apply to debit transactions, some states prohibit the surcharge. maryland is not one of them. >>> gas prices starting to tick back up. increased $0.02 during the past with the weeks. the average cost for a gallon is $3.34. the same average for gas in the baltimore area. in the state $3.38, mid grade and premium prices have gone up a bit. now maryland's most accurate forecast. >> all right, let's talk about what is going on this morning, it is a mess, you can see it behind me, we have colors across the area. blue, snow, wintery mix in pink, green picking up the rain. this is coming together, that's why we are mixing and we have
-year-old xavier garcia. and austin also 21. the 4 suspects raven dixon is charged with being an accessory to the murder. millionaire businessman rob murdered in the home invasion robbery november 30. he was found dead inside his mansion in the wealthy area of mont veno. police aren't saying how he was killed. austin is reportedly a member of an oakland street gang called the money team. group that is tied into drugs and home invasions. xavier garcia is said to be a member of a west oakland gang called ghost town. two years ago multi-agency task force detap indicated the leadership of ghost town. many remaining members then alie them as well as the money team. >> they were like going through into the back so we just walked that the closet and hid nishtion august abc 7 news interviewed one of 2 brother whose hid in a closet in their house in free mont during a home invasion. cork to published records members of the money team were responsible for that attempted robbery. >> talking about murders. robberies and somewhatings. >>reporter: on monday at news conference to ad
and deangelo austin. the fourth suspect raven dixon charged with being accessory to the murder. a bill milin yair businessman murdered november 30th, found dead inside of his mansion in the wealthy enclave. police aren't saying how he was killed. austin is reportedly a member of a street gang called the money team. a group tied into drugs and home invasions. garcia said to be a member of a gang called ghostown. two years ago multi agency task force decapitated the leader of ghostown. >> they're going through into the back. so we just watched into the closet, and hid. >> in august, abc 7 news interviewed one two of brother who's hid in a closet in their house during a home invasion. according to reports members of the money team were responsible for members of the r attempted robbery. nona news conference to address recent shootings in oakland, police chief said the money team was one two of feuding groups responsible for rising violence in his city. sources say raven dixon worked as a prostitute, and that kumra was a regular customer. a source acknowledged this investigation tells us dixon h
women. anna werner is in austin for us. >> reporter: college student emily howell depended on her local planned parenthood clinic. now she and nearly 50,000 other texas women will have to find a new place to get free breast cancer screenings, pap smears, and birth control. >> it feels scary not knowing where i'm going to go and also knowing i'm not going to be able to go where i felt comfortable for 15 years. >> reporter: texas legislators cut planned parenthood out of the state's women health program by banning participation of groups that support abortion rights. >> i feel like they send the message to women that they don't care about them. >> reporter: how do you feel about that? >> it makes me really angry. >> what do we want? >> health care! >> reporter: critics say there aren't enough doctors and clinics to treat all the planned parenthood patients. >> i happen to believe the texas legislature makes the right decisions. >> reporter: governor rick perry defended the decision when we spoke to him last spring. >> we've got providers that are out there that we trust that r not going t
sponsorship money and may be ready to testify against others. cnn's ed lavandera is live in austin, texas. ed, what do we know about this confession? >> i think the million-dollar question is to what extent lance armstrong apologizes and what will that sound like? will he apologize or admit to using steroids throughout all of his cycling career? i mean to what level will this be done? more importantly, just how he will say it. not many details other than beyond that headline, that according to media reports lance armstrong will admit to using steroids in his interview with oprah winfrey. not much coming from oprah winfrey as well. shortly after wrapping up the interview here in austin, texas, oprah sent out a brief tweet. just wrapped with lance armstrong more than 2 1/2 hours and he came ready. she wrote "ready" in all caps. if past interviews are any indication, lance armstrong, you knowing has over the years, john, been a very tough interview, very steadfast, so it will be very interesting to see how his tone and attitude changes now if he has to be a lot more forthright and contrite. we'l
. they sat down for a 2 1/2 hour interview yesterday in austin, texas. oprah brought 112 questions to ask him and she says it's the biggest interview of her career. she says, however, it was not easy. here what happens she told cbs this morning. >> yes, i think the entire interview was -- was difficult, and may i just say that we had agreed before this moment, before the interview, we had agreed that the terms of the interview and what was included in the interview, specifically, what was included in the interview, would -- would be left for people to make their own judgments about and that i would not be discussing or he would not be discussing or confirming. we agreed to that. by the time i left austin and landed in chicago, you all had already confirmed it. so i'm like, how did you all do that? we all agreed that we weren't going to say anything. so i'm sitting here now because it's already been confirmed. >> want to bring in dave zyron, author of the book "game over, how politics have turned the sports world upside down." dave, first of all, not a big shock in terms of all of the rumors t
agreed to that. and then by the time i left austin and landed in chicago, you all had already confirmed it. so i'm like how did you all do that? we agree that had we weren't going to say anything. so i'm sitting here now because it's already been confirmed. >> looked nervous just sitting down with her. but oprah also spoke about just how emotional the interview got. >> i would say there were a couple of times where he was emotional, but emotional doesn't begin to describe the intensity or the difficulty that i think that he experienced in talking about some of these things. i would say, you know, all the people who are wondering if he actually goes there and answers, to answer your question he asked earlier, i think that you will come away to understanding that he brought it. he really did. >> well, oprah was then asked to characterize lance armstrong's demeanor. i want to be specific. like contrition. was he contrite. >> i choose not to characterize. i would rather people make their own decisions about whether he was contrite or not. i thought that he was thoughtful. i thought that he
and more people turn to crime. northe largest brokerage in of austin saw $750,000 of cows stoen in a series of fraudulent transactions. >> he was bernie madoff with boots, doing what bernie madoff would do in his ponzi scheme. he never got caught. >> they take a dim view -- sentencing them to 20 years, and another got 99 years. the code of the west still counts for something. if you break it, the rangers come after you. >> 99 years for cattle rustling. serious sentence for the bernie madoff -- >> provocative -- from "pulp fiction" to "inglourious basterds," he has spent 20 years enteraining audiences. our arts editor sat down recently with quentin tarantino. >> what's your name? >> django. >> and you're the one i'm looking for. >> "django unchained," the new film by tarantino about slavery in the south, told like a spaghetti western. >> i am a big fan of the director of the original "django" and his west is the most violent, brutal, and surreal west and no character is guaranteed safe passage and when i thought of the closest equivalent of that west that he pre sented, i thought, being asl
austin está afiliado y garcia se le asocia con el este de oakland, según la fiscalia los cuatro detenidos podrían ser elegibles para la pena de muerte. >> las autoridades de oakland indicaron que seguirán con otras agencias del orden en el área de la bahía, para aplicar la ley de manera severa, es mi reporte en vivo desde el centro de redacción . >> gracias alguaciles de alameda arrestaron a un conductor por manejar de maner aimprudente, encontraron un arma y dos personas más se dieron a la fuga. >> esperan buscar dinero para combatir la violencia cuando vaya a la casa blanca, la alcaldesa espera que el departamento de justicia ayude al fbi para resolver algunos casos. >> las autoridades de morgan recuperaron varios ipad robados, lo llevó hasta la casa de un hombre que qhabia salido en libertad. >> una mujer de la tercera edad estrelló su vehículo en vallejos, según . >> decenas ed guardias marcharon en san francisco, dijeorn que ellos eran responsables de la seguridad y que en muchos casos ganan quince dólares por hora. >> nosotros también merecemos tener un salario justo con
the price of cows and more people turn to crime. northe largest brokerage in of austin saw $750,000 of cows stoen in a series of fraudulent transactions. >> he was bernie madoff with boots, doing what bernie madoff would do in his ponzi scheme. he never got caught. >> they take a dim view -- sentencing them to 20 years, and another got 99 years. the code of the west still counts for something. if you break it, the rangers come after you. >> 99 years for cattle rustling. serious sentence for the bernie madoff -- >> provocative -- from "pulp fiction" to "inglourious basterds," he has spent 20 years enteraining audiences. our arts editor sat down recently with quentin tarantino. >> what's your name? >> django. >> and you're the one i'm looking for. >> "django unchained," the new film by tarantino about slavery in the south, told like a spaghetti western. >> i am a big fan of the director of the original "django" and his west is the most violent, brutal, and surreal west and no character is guaranteed safe passage and when i thought of the closest equivalent of that west that he pre sented, i t
officers after a head-on collision on thursday. it happened near warner and west austin street. a police van and another vehicle hit head-on. three passengers inside the van were taken to the hospital. the injuries are not life- threatening. anne arundel county police officer faces animal cruelty charges. animal control responded to a call for a stray dog in the 800 block of bear road december 22. they found the dog extremely underweight and neglected with no a dedication. thdog was so sick he had to be put down. -- identification. the dog was so sick she had to be put down. the officer has been placed on administrative leave. john leopold, in court thursday, the embattled exec been waived his right to a jury. -- waived his right to a jury. leopold is charged with using his executive security sales for personal and political still ahead, are ribands coverage continues. -- our ravens coverage continues. another gun scare of a new york city elementary school. >> yes. yes. yes. >> when asked about doping, that is what lance armstrong had to say. @hówç [captioning made possible by constel
-ens hansing drugs after years of very mentally denying it. ed lavandera is in armstrong's home town of austin, texas. ed, what do you know? >> we are in a bike shop called mellow johnny's. we're here because lance armstrong is actually part owner of this bike shop. his yellow jerseys hang on the wall. big posters with his arms up on victory. when we see him on tv in a couple of days, that's not what he will look like. >> for lance armstrong, it was not enough to deny using performance-enhancing drugs. had he to stand on a mountaintop and righteous cannily question anyone how he did it. this was armstrong in paris after winning his seventh tour de france title in 2005. >> to the people who don't believe in cycling, the cynics and the skeptics, i'm sorry for you. i'm sorry you can't dream big and i'm sorry you don't believe in miracles. there is no secret. this is a hard sporting event. viva la tour forever. >> which lance armstrong will appear in front of oprah winfrey. her comments so far add to the injury. >> i would say he did not come clean in the manner i expected. it was surprising to me
and tell the legislator and the governor in austin whether they want to be independent or not. because all political power is inherent in the people and that is it decision to make and certainly not the governors or the legislators that sit in austin. people need to be heard and they want to be heard and that's why we are seeing so much activity in this texas nationalist movement >> thank you, terry white for joining us and we'll keep an eye on your activities. >> thank you very much. >> we'll be back with more. don't go away. [ male announcer ] this is sheldo whose long day setting up the news starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. ♪ ooh baby, can i do for you today? ♪ [ female announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance? align can help. nly align has bifantis, a patented probiotic that naturally helps maintain your digestive balance. try align to help retain a balanced digestive system. try the #1 gastroenterologist recommended pr
louisiana and new oren leans. take a lookal dallas and austin. shadeings of yellow, orange even red those are very heavy rainfall rates. you are looking at dangerous conditions on the road throughout the morning hours. 4 inches of rain flash flood ago concern across the state of louisiana, arkansas and eastern texas ov the next couple days. >>> now to stories you can bank on this morning. you can't wait for the tax refund? you have to wait longer than usual thanks to congress. lauren simonetti joins us to explain all of this. how much longer? >> a little bit. the irs will begin processing individual tax returns at the end of the month 8 days later than usual. the agency had to wait for a deal on the if he is cal cliff befo -- fiscal cliff before programming computers and printing the forms. if you have a relatively easy tax reform you can file january 30th. the deadline is still april 15th. that does not get pushed back. most tile pers will g-- filers get theirs fairly soon. >> amazon the world's largest on-line retailer you didn't think it could get any bigger but it is expanding. >> rig
to be the face of austin anymore. >> outrage that the cyclist and the confession and now will cycling be booted out of the summer olympics because of lance armstrong? armstrong? >>> "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >p >>> go>>> good p much f carol costello. r p we begwe begin thi spectaculp spectacular and g helicopter crash in the heart of london. it hit a construction crane high atop a building shrouded in fog and the wreckage rained down on rush hour traffic below. zain verjee is in london with all the latest details. good morning, zain. >> good morning, carol. can you imagine going to work, it's a typical day, cold, foggy, rainy in london and something like this happens? well, thousands of commuters were facing this exact situation. thick fog, plumes of smoke and fireballs raining down in lines from the sky. basically what happened was a helicopter went off course, you know, police are going with the theory, one of them at least, the issue of poor visibility at that time, crashed into a crane, got its rotor blades snapped off and then took part of the crane with
. >>> reporter: 21-year-old deangelo austin appeared in santa clara county superior court this afternoon the fourth and final suspect to be arraigned in this case so far. austin along with javier garcia and lucas anderson are all charged with six felonies including murder and robbery in the death of ravi kumra. while no decision is made about the death penalty, the circumstances of the crime would allow for that option. the world series hasn't ended yet but let's say we are doing other plans as well that will on plement what i hope is the allegations of troubled business dealings and personal indiscretions. the former ceo of kumra's tesla venture capital firm alleges that his divorce was a sham intended only to protect his assets and in a scathing letter written just before he was going to be fired, one man writes ravi has never treated anyone fairly in his life except for his whores. this is the reason that no one in his family will have anything to do with him." a legal analyst says he does expect prosecutors will put pressure on one or all of the defendants to talk. >> what happened i
from san antonio to houston, corpus christi back up towards austin. we'll have to watch out for isolated tornado or two. that's with that storm system here. again, that warm air all the way through the heartland. this morning, not a lot of severe weather. a few thunderstorms towards victoria. again around houston, i think your morning commute you're dodging the rain drops. later today this area of yellow, damaging winds. a few tornadoes are possible from houston to austin, san antonio south wards to the brownsville area. i mean we're looking at just beautiful weather. i mean today in d.c., we could be 53 and sunny. i mean that's like mid-march like forecast. >> you have to love that in january. thanks so much, bill. >>> well, aig weighs a cureies way to say thank you. >>> the place where silence is not golden. >>> and a computer the whole family can sit down. to. >>> plus, a bumpy start to one couple's day to remember. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] staples is the number-one office superstore ink retailer in america. now get $6 back in staples rewa
with friends about her relationship with kumra. the source adds garcia told austin with her wealthy client and where he lived. austin, garcia and anderson then report lid planned home invasion. all four arrested face gang enhancement charges. now, initial police ú<3lrt says dixon was wearing a gucci belt which was noted is a symbol of an oakland street4qcry gang. again, the court documents have been sealed. her lawyer tells us he's talked to his client many times, she insists she never met he the other three defendants before. >> thank you. >> the colorado movie theater where a gunman killed 12 people and wounded 59 others reopens this evening. a privatei%45s ceremony billed a night of remembrance begins in a half hour. colorado governor and aurora mayor expected to attend. officials distributed 2000 tickets to victims and families. some families are boycotting this event. >> the fact we're being used as pawns they were using as a momentos for public ticket sales telling public well, look. the family members of the massacre came back. and it's okay for them to come back. it's going to be
life. >> cnn's george howell is in austin where he's covered armstrong for years. george, i want you first to listen to armstrong's answer when oprah asked him after years of lying, why come clean now. >> that's the best question. it's the most logical question. um, i don't know that i have a great answer. i will start my answer by saying that this is too late. it's too late for probably most people. and that's my fault. i viewed this situation as one big lie. >> so, george, in armstrong's hometown, is it too late? >> reporter: carol, on this, where do you start, you know? the reaction here, disappointment, anger. there are cyclists who are livid about what they heard the other night, and this goes right along with what many people in this community thought, you know, some 12, 13 years ago watching him win, it was electric in this city. people got excited. but over the years people started to become disappointed hearing about these allegations of doping. they kept it in the back of their minds, but now those suspicions are confirmed, even after he viciously attacked people, calling t
is coming to us from austin, texas. wayne always glad to welcome you inside "the war room." >> great to be with you governor. >> jennifer: you know all about organizing on the right, because you wrote the book on karl rove so can the left counter that kind of power when it comes to guns? >> they need two things, and it appears they have both of them. one is money. you mentioned exactly that. when you have mayor bloomberg who has an awful lot of money and the group he is associated with has put out the commercial of the mother of a nine year old who died in the mass shooting in the gabby giffords shooting and the gabby giffords group itself and so you have the money part. the other thing is to seize the moment part and you have to say that a moment after someone has gone in with semiautomatics, and gunned down first graders in a classroom has got to set the table for a moment in which -- which the message of some kind of gun safety gun control might be more persuasive. so sure it can and should have an impact. >> jennifer: well, so let's talk about what is going on i
life. >> ed lavendera joins us now from armstrong's hometown of austin, texas. ed, armstrong, as you saw, talked about these dark places and going to these dark places. he told oprah that he's in therapy now. we've seen in social media, in traditional media, the backlash. what else is he seeing in terms of fallout? >> reporter: well, i think many people are still trying to figure out exactly what to make of the two-night interview and whether or not lance armstrong is truly apologetic for what he has done over the last 15 years. and then trying to figure out whether or not he was truly contrite in what he said. but it was interesting to see, in the wide range of questions that lance armstrong faced, he said, you know, he understands people's anger at him and that he will spend the rest of his life, trying to make amends. but at the same time, not all of that cut very well with many people. and especially when he talked about losing the sponsorship over the course of a couple of days, when companies like nike and hero all started calling and essentially bailing out on lance armstrong.
. >> we haven't had the rains upau north and north of austin. when the lakes are a certain level, they won't allow us to get water or the producers to get water because the lakes are so low. >> reporter: marinas along lake travis have been left high and dry. businesses there depend on boaters and recreation. the lakes in central texas also supply drinking water for cities, including austin. >> i think some of the farms that's been in operation for years and through generationsns and everything else, without the water and everything else, that's going to slowly dwindle.in >> reporter: today, water management officials voted not to send water downstream to the farmers unless lake levels rise. it's the second year in a row they've said no.an and another season of worry at the rice-drying plant. worker norris powell supports a wife and four children. >> if we don't get no water, i don't have a job. and there's six other guys that t work here with me. we'll all be in the same boat. >> reporter: scott, forecasters expect the drought to continue until at least march for most of texas. >> pelley:
,000th assist as the heat take down the warriors warriors. doc rivers coaching against his son austin a rookie for the hornets. austin scored eight points against his old man's team. they win, 90-78. >>> when we come back, the latest warning about energy drinks. why more people are ending up in the emergency room after drinking them. dare to create all kinds of drama. new revlon photoready™ primer and shadow add sparkle or use wet. so you can create whatever eye you're in the mood for. dare to be revlon. hostages captured by islamist militants in algeria have escaped. we'll have the latest on this developing story. plus: terrifying truth hundreds of levees around the country are in danger of failing. how bay area waterways could be at risk. and a college football star devastated by his girlfriend's death. now a cruel twist. turns out, the story was a hoax. join us for cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's thursday, january 17th. i'm >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in washington, rain and
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police say a teenager was killed in an accident in aberdeen. 70-year-old austin remines lost control of his car -- 17-year- old austin remines. the driver of the other car was not hurt. >> police arrest two suspects in connection with a brutal beating. police say john mason was walking back in november when a group of four men attacked him. investigators now say two are in custody this morning. police are still searching for the other two suspects. >> 5:07. school safety is a major issue across the country. a major change in new jersey. >> and lawsuit against the ncaa in pennsylvania. >> this is 695 at liberty road. things are picking up to their normal pace. ♪ ♪ i'm halfway to your heart ♪ you have to let me know ♪ so i don't make my worst mistake ♪ ♪ turn around and let you go [ female announcer ] when sweet and salty come together, the taste is irresistible. made with sweet, smooth peanut butter and salted, roasted peanuts. sweet and salty nut bars by nature valley. nature at its most delicious. >> welcome back to 11 news today. 5:10. 37 degrees downtown. the sun will
the performance enhancing drugs, but in an e-mail to cnn sports armstrong's austin-texas baized attorney says his client is not in discussion with u.s. or world anti-doping agencies about a possible admission, so what would be the 41-year-old's motivation to come clean? according to the "new york times" it's to persuade anti-doping officials to restore his eligibility so he can resume his athletic career. armstrong is hoping to compete in triathlon. that's a sport that upheld the ban against him taking part in sanctioned events. experts believe any confession would bring with it potential legal minefields for armstrong who did testify under oath that his cycling greatness was not tainted by illegal substances. randi? >> mark, thank you very much. for more on this story i want to bring in author and cycling analyst dave shields. dave has followed lance armstrong's career and written a novel called "the tour" about the highly competitive world of cycling and the role of doping in it. dave is in slit they morning. good morning to you. when writing that book, you did a lot of research and actually we
where it started, austin, texas, lance armstrong's hometown, home base. cnn's george howell is there. george, you know, this is not just a story where people across america are in disbelief are, you know, are outraged, are still angry, are considering forgiving him. this must be hell in his hometown. >> reporter: you know, ashleigh, the question here, was it believable, you know, he said all of the right words, but is he truly, sincerely apologetic, you know, for what he did here? and when you talk to people, some ask, you know, does it really make a difference, and some say they are disappointed. there are cyclists who are livid, ashleigh, about what they heard the other night. but i spoke with one person, michael hall, he writes for "texas monthly" he rode with lance and he knows him well enough, and he said when you listen to what lance armstrong had to say, you do have to question whether he really meant it, take a listen -- >> he said the words, he said all the words that he should have said. he confessed to all the drugs. he called it a -- one big lie, which is exactly what it
with oprah winfrey in his hometown of austin, texas. following the interview opera tweeted, just wrapped with lance armstrong. he came ready. last year he was stripped of his seven tour titles and banned for life following a report from the u.s. anti-doping agency, a report that labeled armstrong as the mastermind of a, quote, systematic, sustained and highly professionalized team-run doping conspiracy. nbc news has learned that in a conversation the 41-year-old armstrong said, quote, it was just the way the game was played at the time, so it was a level playing field. before he interviewed with oprah, armstrong visited the headquarters of the cancer foundation he founded. there he told the livestrong staff, quote, i'm sorry, and apologized for letting them down. but did not give them a full admission. >> people at livestrong have been pressuring him for a little while now to minimize this damage. >> reporter: damage years of lying and cheating has done to an organization and to the legacy of a sports icon. kurt gregory, nbc news. >>> so what about the potential legal and financial fallo
-old will appear in court today. the prosecution could seek the death penalty or live without parole against austin and two other suspects. a fourth suspect, dixon, is charged with accessory after the murder. they are accused of the home invasion, robbery, and murder of an entrepreneur millionaire in november. the wife, also, was assaulted in the attack. >> san francisco police investigators hope surveillance video they made public will lead them to the man would brutally killed a dog during a street robbery. the video shows the man running from the scene of a throwing the dog into traffic on the street. the man grabbed her shirt and tried to take money from her pocket and became angry when the dog started barking in the car. posters have gob -- gone up with the picture. there is a reward. >> groups fighting a law banning a law of shark fin are trying to appeal the ruling, after the judge rejected that this discriminates against chinese americans. shark fin soup is a delicacy in many chinese restaurants in california and restaurant owners say they stand to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars. the
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